Plan Out Your Leaves. Here's the Official 2020 Holidays List
Here’s a full list of the official non-working holidays of the year
The year ahead offers a fresh start, a new slate. Make it an opportunity to create new memories and shift your perspective. For the perpetually busy, the long weekends are a godsend—a break from nagging #adulting duties and responsibilities. There’s enough time to plan out the months ahead with trips local and abroad. Though there may be the looming inconvenience of booking fares and organizing itineraries, it’s worth all the hassle in the end!
Where to start? Here’s a full list of the official non-working holidays of 2020 (see: white-shaded boxes).
January 1, 2020, Wednesday - New Year's Day
April 9, 2020, Thursday - Araw ng Kagitingan
April 9, 2020 - Maundy Thursday
April 10, 2020 - Good Friday
May 1, 2020, Friday - Labor Day
June 12, 2020, Friday - Independence Day
August 31, 2020, last Monday of August - National Heroes' Day
November 30, 2020, Monday - Bonifacio Day
December 25, 2020, Friday - Christmas Day
December 30, 2020, Wednesday - Rizal Day
Special non-working days:
January 25, 2020, Saturday - Chinese New Year
February 25, 2020, Tuesday - EDSA Revolution Anniversary
April 11, 2020 - Black Saturday
August 21, 2020, Friday - Ninoy Aquino Day
November 1, 2020, Sunday - All Saints' Day
December 8, 2020, Tuesday - Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary
December 31, 2020, Thursday - last day of the year
Additional special non-working holidays:
November 2, 2020, Monday
December 24, 2020, Thursday
Looking out for some ideas? Why not get a much-needed break from the ruckus of city life by taking a trip to awe-inspiring Coron? Maybe Soul-search for that Eat, Pray, Love season in your life with an enlightening tour of breathtaking Batanes. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Singapore. Feed your wanderlust by exploring the psychedelic streets of Tokyo. Scour through endless shops in Seoul.
There’s so much for the world to see, it’s up to you to find it.